Should I?

If you have to ask, then the answer will usually depend on the risk you’re willing to take. Should I wear this? Should I say something? Should I go? I’ve never really been good at answering these, what seems, simple questions. When I was younger, and more “care-free”, I would do what I felt, and […]

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Paint Brushes

THINK ABOUT IT: If you were given a blank canvas, every paint color imaginable, a few paint brushes, and some quiet time, what would you paint? Maybe you’re not a painter, but let’s assume you enjoy it and are really talented. I would paint a sunset. Maybe throw a few mountains in the background, place […]

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Tribes

I think you all know what happens to a lion without a tribe. But if not, let me give you an insight of two possibilities. The lion eventually dies of being killed by other tribal lions, or the lion starves because he/she doesn’t have other lions to help hunt and kill for food. We, too, […]

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The Idol of Feelings

I’m a feeler. I consider myself highly sensitive and intuitive. Even tests have shown that trait. I can walk into a room and immediately be consumed with unseen emotions and the feelings of others. It’s sometimes very uncomfortable, and I can allow it to control my mood. However, I’m learning to use that “gift” to […]

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Seeking

Seek is a verb. It’s meaning is to attempt to find or attempt or desire to obtain or achieve. Also, ask for (something) from someone. When adding “ing” to any verb, the word meaning becomes a continuous action. I’ve never thought about this word much. Reading a verse this morning, this word – not even […]

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Leadership & Morality

I read a comment on a post this morning that gave me an aha. Literally, a light went on in my head. Again, something tiny and simple, and something I really already knew, yet caught my attention on a new level. “Amazing teams start with amazing leaders.” Duh! Of course! No one can deny that […]

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Tantrums and Psalm 23

When my boys were babies, they were ridiculously cute. They had cute personalities, said and did cute things, made cute faces, laughed cute, and threw cute tantrums. Wait…what? Cute tantrums? Yes, I thought they were cute, in their own cute way. But I never dreamed, 18 years later, that God would change my view and […]

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